Touro University Nevada, home of the state’s largest medical school and only school of osteopathic medicine, hosted a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the world-famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign on Monday, May 24.
Coined “Vaccines after Dark,” and co-hosted by Clark County Commissioners Justin Jones and Michael Naft, along with US Rep. Dina Titus, the pop-up event drew nearly 100 people who received vaccinations administered by Touro School of Physician Assistant Studies students, including the King himself – Elvis – a Las Vegas-based impersonator. Pictured from left to right are Heather Rhoden, Rebecca Edgeworth, MD, Kayla Hopkins (sitting), Tara Blunt (standing), Megan Hickey and Mark Edward Rumpler (Elvis).
It was an honor and a privilege to administer COVID-19 vaccines at the world-famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign! Thank you to @repdinatitus, Clark County Commissioners @JustinJonesNV and @MichaelNaft, and @ImmunizeNV for putting on this wonderful event. pic.twitter.com/A0Xu7c2rGY— Touro Nevada (@TouroNevada) May 28, 2021
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